How to Opt-in to the Program
Text JOINPC to 55199.
About the Program
After texting in JOINPC, you will receive a message requesting you to reply YES to confirm you want to receive SMS messages from Party City. Replying YES confirms your double opt in to our mobile SMS program.
Subsequently, you will receive several messages from us each month.
Texts may be sent through an automatic telephone dialing system. Consent is not required to purchase goods or services from Party City.
If your mobile telephone number and/or mobile provider change, you agree to notify Party City and provide your updated mobile telephone number and/or updated mobile provider. If you are sending an inbound text message to Party City and do not receive a response, please contact your mobile provider for support. We are unable to provide technical support or assistance.
To request help
Text HELP to 55199 or call (877) 471-4885. You can also send an email to email@example.com and include your 10 digit mobile number and Party City in the subject line.
Text STOP to 55199. You will receive a confirmation message that you have successfully unsubscribed.
Message and data rates may apply.
You will receive no more than 10 messages from us per month, however, we will respond to each of your requests for information.
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T-Mobile is not liable for delayed or undelivered messages.